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Yum!


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Slow-cooked Roast Pork is the best!


About to clock out. Good night, everyone.


I am back! been a bit busy while I was gone. I'll get caught up.


Just a Mort wrote:
You see you can try to think about unintended consequences but all you need to do is to miss out one(and you're human so it'll happen) and people will abuse it. Then if you ban it people will call you out as a knee jerk reaction and you being unfair. Which is a big point to me. I try to get the stuff on equity right.

The avoidance defense mechanism is strong with this one.


Just a Mort wrote:
Batwampi wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
The thing about superman is his str is always as much as he needs it to be. So effectively infinite. So how do you step up on infinite str?
"Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world cause another Crisis-level event/reboot." - DC Comics powers-that-be
Yeah I gave up on trying to track DC/marvel timelines. Even my BF is confused and he's the one who read all the comics.

Marvel is not as hard as long as you avoid the X-men time lines. DC can be tricky but at the same time you can ignore it at almost no penalty to the story your reading.


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Yuck I hate sauerkraut. Who was like huh I left this vegi out for a month it smells terrible oh well guess I'll eat it anyways.

Now roast pork however. I have a crock pot recipe for a pork roast. You could with with Parmesan soy sauce and honey. Turns out soo good if not maybe a hair to rich.


Please share this delightful sounding recipe!


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Lay pork roast into crock.
Whisk Parmesan cheese, honey, soy sauce, basil, garlic, oil, and salt together in a small bowl; pour over the pork roast.

Cook until roast is cooked completely through, 6 to 7 hours. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read 160 degrees F (70 degrees C).

Remove roast to a cutting board to rest a few minutes.
Skim fat from the cooking juices; discard. Ladle remaining juice to a

small saucepan; bring to a boil.

Whisk cornstarch into cold water in a bowl until dissolved; pour into boiling liquid in saucepan. Cook the liquid, stirring frequently, until thickened into a gravy, about 2 minutes.

I tried cooking with potatoes and carrots but Cooking it with vegis ends up a little odd so I started making them separate.

Ingredients:
3 pound roast
2/3 cup parm
1/2 cup honey
3 tablespoons soy
2 tables spoons dried basil
2 table spoons garlic
2 table spoons olive oil
2 table spoons corn starch


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Cal,

I dunno about anything of that sort. What I do know is when something weird and/or silly happens in comics, I tend to remember. Mostly.


Comic are kind of a weird medium. Imagine people in literature kept using the same character from other writers works. So say someone grabbed tom sawyer and continued to write his story then passed it off to another writer and so on and so forth. You got to figure the story is gonna get weird. This is what happens in comics.


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I say that but I have noticed a thing with authors using public access characters in thing. I say tom sawyer but actually Samuel Clemons Keeps getting grabbed for things in all sorts of medium's all the time now. I've seen 2 sci-fi movies oh and of course Star trek TNG.


Thanks for the recipe!


No Problemo.

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John Napier 698 wrote:
Sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, and Roast Pork is New Year's Eve dinner.

Its normal winter dinner in the netherlands (you can replace sauerkraut with carrots, leek, kale, other vegetables that I dont know the english name of.


I'll stick with sauerkraut over all of those, especially kale! LOL


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I just think while comics are weird...some times about them are better than pulp trash romance novels. :p


True.

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So. Much. Sauerkraut again. Food. Coma.


I'm going to have to buy sausages and sauerkraut now.

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Being married is nice and all, but now that the husband is away I have to take advantage. Three days of sauerkraut binge!!!!!

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Lay pork roast into crock.

Whisk Parmesan cheese, honey, soy sauce, basil, garlic, oil, and salt together in a small bowl; pour over the pork roast.

Cook until roast is cooked completely through, 6 to 7 hours. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read 160 degrees F (70 degrees C).

Remove roast to a cutting board to rest a few minutes.
Skim fat from the cooking juices; discard. Ladle remaining juice to a

small saucepan; bring to a boil.

Whisk cornstarch into cold water in a bowl until dissolved; pour into boiling liquid in saucepan. Cook the liquid, stirring frequently, until thickened into a gravy, about 2 minutes.

I tried cooking with potatoes and carrots but Cooking it with vegis ends up a little odd so I started making them separate.

Ingredients:
3 pound roast
2/3 cup parm
1/2 cup honey
3 tablespoons soy
2 tables spoons dried basil
2 table spoons garlic
2 table spoons olive oil
2 table spoons corn starch

Can we skip the parm? Sorry but I don't care for that much parm. I only do mild cheeses.

Saukeraut isn't my favourite so I don't think I'd care for 3 days of it. A few meals is fine though.

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Kale I heard is ><. No one in their right mind eats kale.


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*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.


Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Lay pork roast into crock.

Whisk Parmesan cheese, honey, soy sauce, basil, garlic, oil, and salt together in a small bowl; pour over the pork roast.

Cook until roast is cooked completely through, 6 to 7 hours. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read 160 degrees F (70 degrees C).

Remove roast to a cutting board to rest a few minutes.
Skim fat from the cooking juices; discard. Ladle remaining juice to a

small saucepan; bring to a boil.

Whisk cornstarch into cold water in a bowl until dissolved; pour into boiling liquid in saucepan. Cook the liquid, stirring frequently, until thickened into a gravy, about 2 minutes.

I tried cooking with potatoes and carrots but Cooking it with vegis ends up a little odd so I started making them separate.

Ingredients:
3 pound roast
2/3 cup parm
1/2 cup honey
3 tablespoons soy
2 tables spoons dried basil
2 table spoons garlic
2 table spoons olive oil
2 table spoons corn starch

Can we skip the parm? Sorry but I don't care for that much parm. I only do mild cheeses.

Saukeraut isn't my favourite so I don't think I'd care for 3 days of it. A few meals is fine though.

It should still be good without it.


Thomas Seitz wrote:
I just think while comics are weird...some times about them are better than pulp trash romance novels. :p

Most things are better then that pulp romance novels. Not setting a high bar Thomas!


Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.

And how does that make you feel about your mother?


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Armchair Psychologist wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.
And how does that make you feel about your mother?

Oh those Freudian Psychoanalysis peeps. I'm more of a cognitive behaviorist person myself. So when I blew the whistle and you started salivating how did it make you feel?


Armchair Psychologist wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.
And how does that make you feel about your mother?

Isn't the real question how it made me feel about your mother?


Or I could spend 9 years telling you about how I met your mother.


Armchair Psychologist wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.
And how does that make you feel about your mother?

It does make me feel a shcertain way about your Mother.


gran rey de los everything wrote:
Or I could spend 9 years telling you about how I met your mother.

And it only very very vaguely actually be about that.

also who tells their kids all those facts about their sex life.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Or I could spend 9 years telling you about how I met your mother.

And it only very very vaguely actually be about that.

also who tells their kids all those facts about their sex life.

Ted.


Sean-Connery7 wrote:
Armchair Psychologist wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.
And how does that make you feel about your mother?
It does make me feel a shcertain way about your Mother.

Not you again.

And while I may not feel anything for your mother, I certainly did spend most of last week feeling her. Physically.


Alek Trebex wrote:
Sean-Connery7 wrote:
Armchair Psychologist wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

*decides to leave the food talking to people that know more than him* Mostly since my brothers are convinced I'm a food snob.

There is about 5 things I really know RPG's, Comics, Tv/movies, Psychology, and Food. Not necessarily in that order.
And how does that make you feel about your mother?
It does make me feel a shcertain way about your Mother.

Not you again.

And while I may not feel anything for your mother, I certainly did spend most of last week feeling her. Physically.

Now look here When I want to hear your voice Trebek I'll visit my 98 your old aunt and hear it on the Television turned down low in the background while she tells me about her old friends that passed away.


So I'm working on stating up my sword for the game.

Lawful evil: It basically stores all poison and disease it is exposed to and infects the target when it lands a hit.

True neutral is an anything weapon

either Neutral good or Lawful good: I'm thinking defender weapon but it also gives a miss chance fighting defensive 25% full defense 50% and you can defend others and give them that miss chance as well.

Chaotic evil: Basically delivers all of its damage as bleed damage (pretty nasty really)

For Chaotic neutral I haven't full decided but I'm thinking the weapon basically has infinite range if you can see them you can attack them like they are adjacent.

That's what I got so far.


Do whatever you want to, man. Just don't make a weapon to break me.

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Urgh. Today wasn't a very good day for culinary experiments. I tried to make water chestnut pudding, but the pudding refused to set as I used the wrong green bean flour (hey, the store owner said it could be used for deserts!). Then I added too much yeast into the baguette dough and it refused to keep shape, turned out flat.


Ouch. Also that pudding looks like jello.

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Either there is a chainsmoker with a cold hidden in my garden, or the hedgehog is back :)


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You could have a chainsmoking hedgehog with a cold hidden in your garden.


Why won't it just share the hedge?


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Overly Literal Bard wrote:
Why won't it just share the hedge?

Bears!


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Limeylongears wrote:
You could have a chainsmoking hedgehog with a cold hidden in your garden.

1d4 ⇒ 4 of us vote to name him Benson.


I see what you did there.


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I have three on that list of things I know...RPGs, Comics, and TV/Movies.

Also Vid, some might argue that trashy romance novels are cool...But I wouldn't be one of them.


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Dwight Schrutte wrote:
Overly Literal Bard wrote:
Why won't it just share the hedge?
Bears!

They are number one on the threat-o-meter. If you encounter one escaping will sure to be a close claw.... (They are suppose to be bad shh)


Thomas Seitz wrote:

I have three on that list of things I know...RPGs, Comics, and TV/Movies.

Also Vid, some might argue that trashy romance novels are cool...But I wouldn't be one of them.

Well if you don't like them how good could they be?

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Hedgehogs are VERY noisy. Especially for something so small. People have mistaken them for wild pigs before due to noise level :)

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